Comparing Protein and Peptide Fractionation Methods for Proteomics

Designing tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS)-based proteomics experiments requires choosing the best protein and peptide separation method available for optimal proteome coverage. But how does a researcher decide which method is best? Mostovenko et al. (2013) provide a neat summary exploring this conundrum, giving insight into which of three of the most popular methods—strong cation exchange (SCX) Read the rest of this article

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